Paul L. McCord Jr.
Good afternoon everyone! Yesterday, 13 Dec 18, we noticed the 146.7 repeater began to have an intermittent static during transmit. It seemed to begin almost simultaneously with the arrival of the cold front and the high winds. We planned on doing some trouble shooting on it as we found time but it appears this afternoon […]
There are many modes of digital radio these days such as D-Star, System Fusion (C4FM), DMR, P25, etc. It seems like lately DMR seems to be the popular method, mainly due to the cheap radios that are available. Interestingly though, each of the big three manufacturers seem to be sticking with their respective modes. It […]
After a long upgrade process, we now have WIRES-X node number 33521 installed on our 443.300 MHz repeater. We have removed Echolink and Allstar from this repeater as it stands right now. The repeater is both digital C4FM (Yaesu System Fusion) and analog FM on auto detect mode. When using FM, the tone has been changed […]
We received and were asked to disseminate an announcement… September 21st and 22nd, 2018, Pigeon Forge, TN Hello Friends and Club Officials I want to ask that you pass along this announcement about this years W4DXCC convention onto your club members and friends, thank you in advance. The 2018 W4DXCC DX and Contest convention and […]
We have connected the 443.3 MHz repeater to the National Hurricane Center net on a listen only node. This way you can listen to the coverage without risking interrupting the net if you accidentally keyed up the repeater. If you want the visual of what is going on, this stream is being simulcasted on Youtube […]
Today is Field Day 2017. While our club doesn’t have any events for this, we like to encourage people to participate in the activities of other Oklahoma City area clubs and groups. There are many fine clubs in the area and we hope that you’ll go to one of these to see what ham radio […]